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Movie Review: COLOSSAL (2017)

Article by: Josh Bradley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqcZtz8VXXE I have a feeling Spanish writer/director Nacho Vigalondo used to color outside the lines when he was a child. What is genre if not a guiding line within which to tell your story? And Mr. Vigalondo has no use for such confines in his new film, Colossal (2017),

Movie Preview: WONDER WOMAN (2017)

Article by: Nick Todd   Things just haven’t been the same for the DC cinematic universe ever since Christopher Nolan’s conclusion to the Dark Knight Trilogy in 2012. Ushering in a new era of comic book themed movies, Warner Bros. was hoping that the conclusion of those seminal Batman films would allow

Shining a Light On: Perfect Sense

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli Between the thousands of movies released each year reside the forgotten ones, films of quality who may never see the light again. In this column I will attempt to find some of these hidden gems and explain why they deserve their day in the sun.   Movie: Perfect

Movie Review: Fifty Shades Darker

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   Not since Twilight has there been a franchise as publicly detested and shot down as the Fifty Shades series, and being that it’s a fan-fiction of the above mentioned saga, it’s not difficult to figure out why. It’s what people love to hate, citing the illogical nature

Movie Review: PATRIOTS DAY (2016)

Article by: Josh Bradley   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_c9IpI_pNGI There’s a cynical way and an idealistic way to view Patriots Day. Is it exploitive or is it paying tribute? At a post-screening Q&A last week, Mark Wahlberg said repeatedly that his goal as an actor and producer was to pay tribute to law enforcement and first-responders with

Movie Review: SILENCE (2016)

Article by: Josh Bradley   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqrgxZLd_gE A couple years ago, after watching Mark Cousins’ exhaustive 15-part documentary The Story of Film, I decided to dive headfirst into my blossoming cinephilia and begin exploring some of the titans of world cinema. At first, I mostly stuck to the handful of directors most-heavily featured over

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